Issued (22 UTC) 6am PhT 072715
Halola has weakened to a Tropical Depression and is now dissipating over the Sea of Japan. The remnants of Halola was last located approximately 380km northwest of Osaka, Japan. Maximum winds are between 30 to 60kph. TD Halola is currently moving northeastward at 25kph.
IR Image from NRLMRY
Latest satellite image shows convection associated with Halola has pretty much dissipated. Winds along the coast of Western Honshu has also weakened considerably since last night. Rains associated with the cyclone has also dissipated for the most part.
Tropical Depression Halola will continue dissipating as it moves across the Sea of Japan. It is no longer expect to pose a threat to land. As such, this is our final update for Halola. No other tropical cyclones exist across the Western Pacific.